I still have the Kut Catherine white "BF" jeans which were my first foray into white bottoms. I have not worn them a whole lot, but did enjoy the thick denim which is not show-through and the fit in general, which is more straight than BF on me, and that I could wear full-length or rolled..
The main problem is that they are pretty low-rise on me, making me subject to "exposure" problems in back when I bend or stoop. I can tuck in, but again, very low rise gives a super long torso look when tucked in anyway.I enjoyed some semi-tucking but because of my pear shape, I still need a lot of fullness and length in the shirt in order for it to fall over my backside! Otherwise, even long tops just ride up in back.

We are expecting a cool snap this weekend but otherwise I've got spring fever. So I was trying them with a mix of darker colors also to wear this scarf which I was debating about keep/toss but I have since got the EF teal top and it goes well with it.
Shown with new EF short gray boots--it's hard to tell in photo, but the rolled hem does show a sliver of skin with movement. I need to straighten it out more, though.
What do you think? Too much dark for the white pants? I have some warm tops with more white and I have a paler handbag, but I was trying to make use of the medium-dark colors once more before real spring/summer hits.

So, I will need to decide whether I want to let them go, or make effort to search for a better rise and fit, or keep and wear occasionally. I have decided I'm more of a gray or olive and even black summer pants person--it's just easier for my color palette and footwear options, I think--but white IS fun from time to time.

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